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Europe's deadlock : how the Euro crisis could be solved - and why it still won't happen
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Éditeur Yale University Press
Année 2016
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Europe's deadlock : how the Euro crisis could be solved - and why it still won't happen
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Europe's deadlock how the euro crisis could be solved, and why it still won't happen 2016, cop. 2013
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338.9
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Preface to the updated edition ; Introduction ; 1 Unhappy family ; 2 Dashed illusions ; 3 The German question revisited ; 4 Winners and losers ; 5 A dangerous vacuum ; 6 Irreparable errors ; 7 The technocrats stumble ; 8 A bank unlike the others ; 9 The Cyprus cauldron ; 10 Greek tussles, euro sovereignty ; 11 Fear holds the key ; 12 Germany’s limits ; 13 The French connection ; 14 The Bundesbank strikes back ; 15 In Italy, more showdowns ; 16 The reward of banking union ; 17 The IMF’s European conundrum ; 18 Anglo-Saxon ambivalence ; 19 Asia’s star rises ; 20 War and peace
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Résumé de l'éditeur :"Like a spreading disease, Europe's upheavals have transmogrified from mere upsets in the fields of twenty-first-century capitalism and economics into a larger and still more pernicious malady, infecting the continent's psyche and nervous system as well as the body. As a result, Europe faces the most painful and intensive challenge since the Second World War. With new material on the astonishing 2014-15 monetary rollercoaster, this book explains how Europe's single currency remains at the centre of multiple European crises - with widespread repercussions for Britain's referendum on European Union membership and on the Old Continent's relationship with the rest of the world."
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978-0-300-22031-5
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